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  2. List of sludge metal bands - Wikipedia

    This is a list of bands that play sludge metal, or sludge, a genre of heavy metal music that originated through combining elements of doom metal and hardcore punk Contents 1 List of artists

  3. Sludge Metal Bands | List of Best Sludge Metal Artists/Groups

    Jun 14, 2019 · The Best Sludge Metal Bands 1 148 37 Crowbar More Crowbar #5 of 31 Best Metal Bands From The American South #24 of 182 The Best Groove Metal Bands 2 160 45 Melvins 3 157 43 Acid Bath 4 161 58 EyeHateGod 5 136 56 Mastodon More Mastodon #1157 of 1,891 The Greatest Musical Artists of All Time #841 of ...

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    Black Cobra is a doom metal and sludge band from San Francisco, California. The band was formed in 2001 by Jason Landrian and Rafael Martinez…

  5. Sludge Metal : Band's List

    Sludge metal is a form of heavy metal music that is generally regarded as a fusion of the doom metal and hardcore punk genres, often displaying southern rock influence. Sludge metal is typically aggressive and abrasive; most often featuring shouted vocals, heavily distorted instruments and sharply contrasting tempos.

  6. Best Sludge Metal Bands | Metal Kingdom

    Best Sludge Metal Bands - Baroness, Crowbar, Acid Bath, Melvins, 투견 (Tugyon), Eyehategod, Inter Arma, Ufomammut

    Band / Formed / Genres
    Baroness 2003, United States Sludge Metal, Progressive Metal
    Yellow & Green (2012) #2033 Red Album (2007) #2052 Purple (2015) #4135
    Crowbar 1989, United States Sludge Metal
    Sonic Excess in Its Purest Form (2001) #3061 Odd Fellows Rest (1998) #3530 Symmetry in Black (2014)
    Acid Bath 1991, United States Sludge Metal
    When the Kite String Pops (1994) #1718 Paegan Terrorism Tactics (1996) Screams of the Butterfly (1992) [Demo]
    투견 (Tugyon) 1997, Korea Sludge Metal, Stoner Metal, Doom Metal
    죽일까 살릴까 (2013) #3447
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    Jul 04, 2018 · Soliloquium – progressive doom metal from Sweden. My band Soliloquiumplays an eclectic style of doom metalthat some fans of sludge might enjoy. It’s based in death/doom metal, but also incorporates melodic death metal, blackgaze, shoegaze, post rock and plenty of other influences.

  8. Jul 07, 2018 · The Godfathers of Sludge Music 1. Vanilla Fudge. They are an American band known for being a link between the Psychedelic Rock of the late 1960s (when... 2. Blue Cheer. Did you know that this San Francisco band named themselves after a popular variety of LSD? Blue Cheer... 3. Black Sabbath. Black ...

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      Vanilla Fudge
      They are an American band known for being a link between the Psychedelic Rock of the late 1960s (when guitars got loud and fuzzy) and the nascent Heavy Metal and Hard Rock arriving in the 1970s.
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      Blue Cheer
      Did you know that this San Francisco band named themselves after a popular variety of LSD? Blue Cheer only had one big hit, a cover of the rebellious 1950’s Eddie Cochran rocker Summertime Blues.
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      Black Sabbath
      Black Sabbath came from Birmingham, UK, and the heavy industry of the working class city became a part of their playing style. While a large part of the music scene at that time sang about Peace and Love, Sabbath dared to say that the world was fucked up.
  9. The 10 essential sludge metal albums | Louder
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    • Melvins – Gluey Porch Treatments. Melvins had a profound effect on the emerging grunge scene, frontman Buzz Osbourne waggishly noting of Kurt Cobain “If it hadn’t been for us, he’d still be that little Led Zeppelin stoner.”
    • Eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain. The New Orleans institution hit their stride and raised the bar with 1993’s punishing second album, powerfully affirming the emergent underdog genre’s key sonic facets - wanton squalls of feedback, blackened blues riffing, nauseous lurches of tempo and Mike Williams’ broken glass gargle - against a backdrop of true-life squalour and struggle.
    • Grief - Come To Grief. I Hate You, Hate Grows Stonger, Ruined, Fed Up, Stricken, World Of Hurt: the titles say it all. These Boston mood-stranglers operated up a similar alley to Eyehategod, but with any remaining groove, swing and vivacity removed and inhumanely destroyed with anguished guitar tones and Jeff Hayward’s disaffected bellow.
    • Down - NOLA. Buddies from Pantera, Crowbar, Eyehategod and COC were jamming old-school doom riffs for fun from 1991, passing around mysterious demo tapes until Elektra signed them up for this righteous debut.
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